Packing the guts of a computer into a mouse seems like a neat idea, even if it's probably going to wind up being vaporware.
Ask yourself these 9 questions before you decide to drop your cable- or satellite-TV subscription.
Proposed rules call for stricter scrutiny of devices that treat specific medical conditions and involve some risk.
A new study finds that common passwords such as “123456” and “password” are only used about 2.2 percent of the time.
It's no secret that Microsoft is practically giving Windows 8.1 licenses away to tablet vendors, but now we know exactly how much the company makes.
Nine months after redesigning its iOS and Android apps, Spotify brings library-style “Your Music” view to Windows Phone.
Unlike Netflix, Amazon also plans to release the films to theater chains before Amazon Prime subscribers can get them.
After a couple of quiet months, improvements to Microsoft's budding fitness platform are underway.
The $300 Linux Mint rig will be one fifth the size of its predecessor, yet twice as powerful with a fanless design.
Google will discontinue the $1,500 Glass Explorer Edition, with no consumer launch in sight.
The hotel's attempted ban seemed like a shameless grab for Wi-Fi fees, but the hotel chain maintains it's just concerned about rogue hotspots.
Streamers who want to add some background music can choose from more than 500 songs, with no risk of being muted.
Admire the $30 streaming video device for its impressive engineering, but don't hold your breath for a U.S. launch.
Rumored “Orbis” watch could take a page from the Apple Watch with a rotating hardware element.
Microsoft's Scroogled Website disappears, marking the end of the Redmond's sleazy ad campaign against one of its biggest competitors.